kevnic2008 (12002) - Baden-Baden, GERMANY - MAR 1, 2015
Many thanks for this bottle to Berrhunter111. A nice hoppy background, Pours a pale yellow color. Taste of malts, fruity like citrus. Beerhunter111 (20476) - P´Castle, GERMANY - JAN 2, 2015
Klares bernsteinfarbenes Bier mit einer geringen weißen Schaumkrone. Geruch sehr malzig, nussig, leicht fruchtig. Geschmack nussig malzig, Karamell, leicht hopfig bitter, gut! TAR (2765) - Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina, USA - DEC 9, 2013
Fresh bottle purchased at the brewery (closed when we dropped by, but the friendly brewer kindly sold us some bottles): Bright, super toasty and mineralic, poundcakey aromas with nutty, toffeeish, cookielike malt, pepper, and faint lemon. Snug carbonation. Initially well-rounded, with a grain character that’s as fatly malty as it is polished and awash with subtlety. Hints of honey-kissed toasted bread delight with each sip, accentuating the deeper and sturdier poundcake maltiness. Lusciousness continues with grassy hay and supple toffee flavors. Firm, earthy yeast notes swirled with minerals and woody hops supplement the body with detail and elegance. Notes of fresh bread boundlessly exude. Dash of fruity esters supplies the juicy malt with bright edges toward the rich finish. Not particularly singular in character, but it makes up for it with its clean, succulent, well-structured malt. One of the maltier kellerbiers around, and one I could drink a lot of (as with their delightful Hell).
Ernest (7696) - Boulder, Colorado, USA - NOV 23, 2013
Bottle (purchased at the brewery). Head is initially average sized, frothy, white, mostly lasting. Body is dark yellow to light amber. Aroma is moderately malty (toasted bread, cookie), lightly to moderately hoppy (flowers, herbs). Flavor is moderately sweet, lightly bitter. Finish is lightly sweet, lightly to moderately bitter. Medium body, watery texture, lively carbonation. Another solid entry from Weber...clean with nice malt and hop character. Doesn’t really excite, but is better than 80% of German breweries. 3fourths (9347) - Boulder, Colorado, USA - NOV 23, 2013
5.2% bottle fresh from the brewery, best by date January 2014. So here’s another perfectly clean, enticingly toasty lager form Weber. Aroma is much more toasty / caramelized than the hell, and maybe has a little bit of graininess and perhaps it’s a little "stale" compared to the helles, but I admit my nose isn’t right half-way through my glass. Solid stuff.
Maria (10212) - Thisted, DENMARK - MAY 18, 2011
Bottle at home. It’s warm golden with a white, creamy head. The aroma has notes of malt, fruit and biscuits. The flavour has a light sweetness and notes of malt, biscuits, fruit, and the finish is dry and a little citrussy. Koelschtrinker (20399) - Köln (Cologne), GERMANY - MAY 3, 2011
Sehr süßer Geruch nach Pfirsich. Leicht malziger und wenig röstiger Antrunk. Süffig, etwas süß, deutlich weniger als errochen. Der Hopfen fällt nun auf und kann sich sonst im Hintergrund verbergen. Dennoch sind besonders im Abgang hopfige Noten erkennbar, die gut mit dem Malz harmonisieren. fonefan (49346) - VestJylland, DENMARK - APR 16, 2010
Bottle 50cl. w. swing top @ Gasthof Weber by Brauerei Weber, Ringstrasse 46, 96114 Hirschaid-Robersdorf, Bavaria, Germany.MiP (15667) - Sønderborg, DENMARK - MAY 12, 2009
Clear medium amber color with a average, frothy, good lacing, mostly lasting, off-white head. Aroma is moderate malty, dusty, fruity, caramel, light roasted. Flavor is moderate sweet and burnt malt bitter with a average to long duration. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft. 
Bottle, 5.2% bought at the brewery. Seemingly clear dark amber colour. Big stable white head. The flavour is mildly malty, there is a faint hint of stable, balancing off the maltiness. Very mellow and drinkable, but with some flavour. omhper (25128) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - AUG 12, 2008
Bottled at the brewpub. Clear pale brown, small head. Lightly cellary aroma with some roasty malt. Dryish and medium bodied with soft but comapct maltiness. Long salty resiny hop bitterness.